Has the time spent at home (while the world was on pause) left you tired of looking at the same four walls and have you searching for interior design inspiration to revamp your home? Get inspired by some amazing accommodations from around the world. We’ve rounded up seven beautiful hotels that will create some serious design envy and hopefully inspire ideas on how to bring these elements of your most-loved destinations into your home.
1. Ulaman Eco Resort
A finalist in the Eco-Hotel of the Year category of the Destination Deluxe Awards 2020, Ulaman Eco Resort takes bamboo architecture to a whole new level. The sky-high ceilings, cozy ambient lighting, and impressive curved bamboo structures give this resort that wow factor. The open-air spaces and the natural materials like wood, bamboo, and stone all come together to give the resort a luxurious yet laidback indoor-outdoor feel. Incorporate natural elements into your own home to give yourself that same refreshing experience of bringing nature inside.
2. Le Sirenuse
Experience a feeling of elation as you step inside any of Le Sirenuse’s beautifully designed rooms that also open up to breathtaking views overlooking Positano and its bay. All of their rooms feature whitewashed walls, traditional vaulted ceilings, and colorful handmade Amalfi Coast tiles. Each room is also decorated with a mix of antique and contemporary furniture coming from Europe and the East – this eclectic style is exactly what gives them their unique charm. Emulate this hotel’s light, airy and fun, fresh feel by painting your walls all white, incorporating pops of bright colors through decor and accessories, and mixing and matching old and modern pieces.
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3. Riad & Spa Dar Bensouda
Who hasn’t dreamt of living in a riad? A sensory overload of different colors and textures, that’s what you’ll be getting at Riad & Spa Dar Bensouda. From beautiful Moroccan tiles in the bedrooms to smooth natural slabs of stone in the bathrooms, everything looks picture-perfect and bohemian-esque. Splashes of bright reds, blues, and yellows set against a background of neutrals keeps things exciting. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different prints and patterns, various textures, and bold colors into your own home for that exotic Moroccan feel.
4. Cyashitsu Ryokan Asakusa
Immerse yourself in a genuine cultural experience by checking yourself in at the Cyashitsu Ryokan Asakusa, where getting a taste of modernized traditional Japanese living is made possible. Delicate sliding doors, moody spa-like lighting, and an overall Zen feel await you. The streamlined design, the floor beds, and natural materials of wood, bamboo, and stone will certainly give you a relaxed state of mind. Keeping things clean and simple, plus capitalizing on good ambient lighting, are key to achieving this type of aesthetic.
A modern space with charming elements incorporated give Pnoe an undeniably luxurious yet quaint feel. Its high ceilings and huge windows allow for a lot of natural light, giving the rooms a bright and fresh vibe – perfect for this sunny island destination. White floors, walls, and ceilings add to the lightness and airiness of the space. Some homeowners are hesitant to go all-white, in fear of having their home look plain and boring. But just like this hotel, you can keep things interesting by adding in hints of blues, browns, and greys and also by bringing in different textures in the form of natural materials and fabrics.
6. Bensley Collection – Shinta Mani Wild
Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
A finalist in the Hotel Design of the Year category of the Destination Deluxe Awards 2020, Shinta Mani Wild’s luxury tents are every nature lover’s dream, tucked away in the middle of a lush tropical jungle. If you’ve ever wanted to experience glamping, without having to forgo class and style, this place might just be your best bet. A mix of modern and traditional Cambodian furnishings make up each tent, matched with splashes of tropical colors here and there and just a bit of metallic elements. For a unique and eclectic look, certainly don’t shy away from mixing old and new or adding in surprising pops of color.
7. The Kimpton Brice Hotel
Modern flair meets understated glamour at The Kimpton Bryce Hotel. The dark grey walls give each room a relaxed mood, plus they’re perfectly balanced out by the eye-catching colors and unexpected prints as to be seen in the curtains, and accessories. Touches of gold add to the understated elegance of the space. The well-thought of transitional style of each room keeps things fun and fresh yet warm and relaxed at the same time. If you’re looking to give your home a facelift, bringing in some surprising elements of bright colors and bold prints can do wonders.